THE FORESIGHT OF HAHNEMANN

The Introductory Lecture to the Educational Course at London Homoeopathic Hospital, Oct. 8th, 1931. BY FRANK BODMAN, M.B., Ch.B., M.R.C.S., Bristol.   You may perhaps have had from time to time those little tracts thrust surreptitiously into your hand, bearing a double title such as “The Bent Hair-Pin” or “How Little Nellie saved the Night … Read more

HINTS ABOUT HEARTS

 By the LATE JOHN MCLACHLAN, M.D., F.R.C.S. SOME FORMS OF ARRYTHMIA:   (1) The heart beat increased during deep respiration. (2) Extra-systole, in old age, or from excess of tea, coffee, tobacco, etc. Here the cardiac muscle is involved. (3) Stokes-Adams syndrome, combined with loss of consciousness and cramps. (4) End result of valvular disease. … Read more

WHICH ARE THE TWELVE MOST USEFUL ACUTE REMEDIES

   By DR. H. FERGIE WOODS.   IT must be noted first of all that it is not correct to speak of acute or chronic remedies. Any remedy can be used in either acute or chronic cases. We have seen Aconite and Belladonna, for instance, most successful (and in unit dosage) in very chronic complaints. One … Read more